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The Holiday Horror Wish List has become a tradition, so let me introduce it to those who haven't seen it yet. It's very simple, just imagine you are a little kid again, and are about to write a letter to Santa telling him what you want for Christmas. Except think of it as if you are writing to the Santa from "Silent Night," and are only going to be asking for things that are horror related. Basically I want all of you to come up with your own Holiday Horror Wish List. It could be something that you could really get like a DVD of your favorite horror movie of 2018, or an autograph from your favorite horror icon. Your list could also be something you would like to see happen in the world of horror for 2019 such as, a sequel to a horror movie, or no more remakes (not happening by the way)! To give you a few more examples, here's my Holiday Horror Wish List! -Now that we've had Michael return, can we get another appearance by Jason? Preferably playe


A young couple gets kidnapped and treated like farm animals after stopping at a roadside diner to eat meat. Starring: Nora Yessayan, Alec Gaylord, and Ken Volok Directed and written by: Hans Stjernsward   This sure isn’t old MacDonald’s farm! On this farm, you won’t find any “moo’s,” or “oink oink’s” only screams! This community of cannibals force anyone caught eating meat to become their cattle. That is exactly what happens to Nora (Nora Yessayan), and Alec (Alec Gaylord) after their stop at the wrong diner in “The Farm.”   Like in the “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre” and “The Hills Have Eyes,” this couple finds themselves in the middle of nowhere with people who are very different. After ordering the meat, they end as the new cattle on the farm. The horror here is that people are treated just like cattle are, and there is no holding back. People are caged, shocked, and even inseminated. To add to the fun, the cannibal farmhands are all wearing masks of farm animals.


As usual, we wanted to give horror fans a little something to celebrate the horridays, so here are a few horriday themed short films for you to check out. Hopefully there are a few you haven’t seen, or some worth watching again!


While most of our friends at home celebrated Halloween this year, we celebrated internationally for once. Part of our honeymoon (yes HorrO finally married Ms. HorrO) was in Mexico, where we got a first hand look at Day of the Dead (Día de Muertos). We didn't have to go far, as it was present in our hotel lobby, and even outside with this skeleton on bike… When we hit the streets Halloween night, it almost felt like home. There were people roaming the streets in costume including Pennywise! Apparently they don’t have to go door-to-door, as many kids just trick-r-treat with people passing by. I even bought a Jigsaw looking mask to join in the fun, but no I didn’t ask for any candy! From the mask, I moved onto face-painting. We couldn’t travel all this way and not get our faces painted. While I felt like the super tourist it was surprising to see how many other tourists and even locals were getting their faces painted. It rained right after she finished